NFL Week 13 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire

11 / 29 / 2022 By Jacob Shrader

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Last week, we told you to pick up Rachaad White and Christian Watson. We hope you listened, as White replaced an injured Leonard Fournette as the lead back in Tampa, and Christian Watson scored his 6th touchdown in the last 3 games. 

As for the rest of the picks, Joshua Palmer is still an OK flex play, but there are a lot of mouths to feed in LA, and DeAndre Carter is a solid player as well. I may have been a bit early on the Trey McBride hype train… 

Moving on to Week 13…

  • Jelani Woods, TE | IND

Where did this dude come from? I’ve watched quite a few Colts games this year and Woods has never been a part of their offense. Yesterday, Woods led the team with 8 catches for 98 yards. He looked fast, strong, and in-sync with Matt Ryan. If the Colts start running more play action passes, Woods could be a strong replacement for Zach Ertz owners. I will be starting him next week. 

  • Cam Akers, RB | LAR

Akers may be keen to drama, but he is the lead back on the LA Rams for the foreseeable future. Does this even qualify him as a starter in fantasy? I think it does. Bryce Perkins is likely to start for the rest of the season, and will open up running lanes for Akers via the play action. The Rams will develop a new offense with Perkins under center, and I think Akers will be the main beneficiary. 

  • Brian Robinson, RB | WAS

Robinson is likely gone in your league, but if he is not you need to scoop him up. He is the lead back is Washington and put together his first career 100 yard game last week as well as a receiving touchdown. 

  • Zonovan Knight, RB | NYJ

Knight, an undrafted free agent rookie, led the Jets last week with over 100 total yards from scrimmage. Yes, James Robinson was not dressed, and Michel Carter was injured. Knight is a player to pick up from waivers, but not one to start in Week 13. 

  • Elijah Moore, WR | NYJ

Mike White is the new savior of New York football. He played well last season and I was surprised he was not given an opportunity to play at the start of the season when Wilson was injured. Moore is a great receiver, and can play both the short game and long game, as evidenced by his deep TD catch last week. The Jets will put up yards, and the best bet is that these yards will go either to Moore or Garret Wilson. 


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